Vincent J. Giannotti

Date of Death: 
August 3rd, 2019

Vincent J. Giannotti, age 91 died Saturday August 3, 2019. He is the beloved husband of 64 years to Dolores H. (nee Cornwell). Loving father of Vincent A. and his wife Maxine, Thomas, Annette Siegel and her husband Robert, and the late Deborah Giannotti. Dear Pop-Pop of Stephanie (David), Deborah, Brittany, Kathryn (Steve), Elizabeth and Robert. Dear Great Grandfather Sophie and Madelyn. Dear Brother of Melinda Platt. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Friday from 11:30 - 12:30PM at the St. Christopher Church 13301 Proctor Rd. Phila. PA. 19116. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 12:30PM. Interment will be held privately. In lieu of flowers family prefers donations to the St. Jude's Hospital

Memories and Condolences

Immediately after my mother died, Uncle Vince made all the funeral arrangements for her. At the time I was a single mother with 2 young children at a loss and overwhelmed. He was there when I needed him. Surrogate father to me and my 3 brothers, dependable, caring, kind and the best wall paper hanger! Rest in peace, Uncle Vince. In loving memory, Joanne
Immediately after my mother died, Uncle Vince made all the funeral arrangements for her. At the time, I was a single mother with 2 young kids and at a loss and overwhelmed. He was there when I needed him. Surrogate father to me and my 3 brothers, dependable, caring, kind and the best wall paper hanger! Rest in Peace, Uncle Vince. In loving memory, Joanne
Vince, Tom & Annette, I’m so sorry to hear about your loss. I remember your Dad as a great guy! My condolences to all of you & also to your Mom. May he Rest In Peace. Jim Verzicco
Dear Mrs. Giannotti, Annette and family: Bill and I send our sincerest condolences on the loss of this dear, kind gentleman. May God rest his soul and grant you all strength, peace and comfort as you grieve this great loss.
Bruce, thank you for those kind and comforting words. We are hearing people are having trouble getting information about my dad"s funeral. Please let your brothers and sister know about the arrangements, if they don't know already.
My uncle Vince, my mother Josephine's brother. Uncle Vince was a supportive brother to my mother during some rough times. I remember him coming around helping to fix things and sliding us little ones a few dollars. Not having a father around we all looked up to Uncle Vince as a father figure. Always pretty even-keeled and some kind and encouraging words. I knew him as a wonderful family man having been to his house as youngsters and his children are a testament to the man himself. I love you Uncle Vince and will miss you. Goodbye, Bruce

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